Question types

Start with

Question limit

of 20 available terms

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads
Print test

5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. daunt
  2. arduous
  3. disentangle
  4. larceny
  5. pompous
  1. a (adj) overly self-important in speech and manner; excessively stately and ceremonious (syn) pretentious, highfalutin, bombastic (ant)unpretentious, unaffected,plain
  2. b (v) to overcome with fear, intimidate; to dishearten, discourage (syn) dismay, cow (ant)encourage, embolden, ressure
  3. c (n) theft (syn) stealing, robbery, burglary
  4. d (adj) hard to do, requiring much effort (syn)hard, difficult, laborious, fatiguing (ant) easy, simple, effortless
  5. e (v) to free from tangles or complications (syn) unravel, unwind, unscramble, unsnarl (ant) tangle up, ensnarl, snag

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (v) to run off and hide (syn) bolt, make off, skip town
  2. (v) to mislead by a trick, deceive (syn) dupe, put one over on (ant) undeceive, disabuse, clue in
  3. (adj) no having life; without energy or spirit (syn) lifeless, dead, inert, spiritless (ant) living , alive, energetic, lively, sprightly
  4. (n) a very steep cliff; the brink or edge of disaster (syn) cliff, crag, bluff, promontory, ledge (ant) abyss, chasm, gorge
  5. (n) approach or admittance to places, person, things,: an increase; (v) to get at, obtain (syn) (n) entry, admittance, entrée (ant) (n) total exclusion

5 True/False questions

  1. auspicious(adj) favorable; fortunate (syn) promising, encouraging, propitious (ant) ill-omened, ominous, sinister


  2. pliant(adj) bending readily; easily influenced (syn) supple, flexible, elastic, plastic (ant) rigid, stiff, inflexible, set in stone


  3. intrepid(adj) very brave, fearless, unshakable (syn) valiant, courageous, audacious, daring (ant) timid, cowardly, craven, pusillanimous


  4. revile(v) to attack with words, call bad names (syn) inveigh, against, malign, vilify, denounce (ant) praise, acclaim, revere, idolize


  5. reprieve(n) a temporary relief or delay; (v) to grant a postponement (syn) (n) stay, respite; (v) postpone, delay (ant) (v) proceed


Create Set